act 10

Burke apologizes to Neenah schools superintendent

Candidate apologizes over campaign trail comment

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke has apologized to the superintendent of the Neenah school district for comments she made on the campaign trail.

DOJ asks for stays in union case

The Wisconsin Department of Justice is trying to put a hold on a Madison judge's ruling that parts of Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining restrictions are unconstitutional.

DOJ: Federal court upholds Act 10

A federal judge has ruled Republican Gov. Scott Walker's controversial law stripping most public workers of nearly all their union rights is constitutional.

Wis. Supreme Court to hear Act 10 lawsuit

Court chose to hear directly rather than send back to appellate court

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has agreed to hear a lawsuit by tow unions challenging the constitutionality of Gov. Scott Walker's law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public workers, known as Act 10. 

State settles protest lawsuit

The state of Wisconsin paid a Capitol protester $19,000 to settle a lawsuit after a state worker stabbed her red heart-shaped balloon and himself in the process.

Appeals court refuses to reinstate union law

A Wisconsin appeals court has refused to put on hold a judge's decision repealing major parts of Gov. Scott Walker's law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public workers.

Milwaukee officials want to join union lawsuit

Milwaukee city attorney files request in 4th District Court of Appeals

Milwaukee officials want to join a lawsuit alleging Republican Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law is unconstitutional.

Milwaukee officials want to join union lawsuit

Milwaukee city attorney files request in 4th District Court of Appeals

Milwaukee officials want to join a lawsuit alleging Republican Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining law is unconstitutional.

Law enforcement union sues over Walker's law

Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association filed lawsuit Tuesday

A coalition of law enforcement agencies including University of Wisconsin officers and Capitol police have filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public workers.

Law enforcement union sues over Walker's law

Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association filed lawsuit Tuesday

A coalition of law enforcement agencies including University of Wisconsin officers and Capitol police have filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public workers.

Judge rejects request to reinstate union law

State is appealing the ruling

A judge has rejected the state of Wisconsin's request to put on hold his earlier ruling striking down large portions of Republican Gov. Scott Walker's contentious collective bargaining law.

Judge rejects request to reinstate union law

State is appealing the ruling

A judge has rejected the state of Wisconsin's request to put on hold his earlier ruling striking down large portions of Republican Gov. Scott Walker's contentious collective bargaining law.

Unions demand judge let ruling stand

Attorney general asks judge to stay his ruling pending an appeal

Union attorneys have asked a Dane County judge to let stand a ruling that Republican Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining changes are unconstitutional.

Unions demand judge let ruling stand

Attorney general asks judge to stay his ruling pending an appeal

Union attorneys have asked a Dane County judge to let stand a ruling that Republican Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining changes are unconstitutional.

Madison schools, city move ahead on new union contracts

Madison School Board decides to bargain immediately

Thousands of Madison public sector employees could benefit as the city and school district both moved closer to new union contracts Monday, something that the state's controversial collective bargaining law aimed to prevent. 

Madison schools, city move ahead on new union contracts

Madison School Board decides to bargain immediately

Thousands of Madison public sector employees could benefit as the city and school district both moved closer to new union contracts Monday, something that the state's controversial collective bargaining law aimed to prevent. 

Janesville teachers push for contract talks

Court ruling overturned parts of Act 10

Janesville teachers are pushing for contract negotiations as the school board tries to sort out the implications of a court ruling overturning parts of a state law that previously restricted collective bargaining.